#2
If the notes go EGBDF on the line and FACE in the spaces its treble
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#3
It's treble, I used to play it in high school.
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#4
Bass clef. Although it is possible that some tenor sax could be notated in treble clef but for the majority of any tenor music its in bass clef.

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If the notes go EGBDF on the line and FACE in the spaces its treble


No. You see that in the bass clef as well.
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Bass clef. Although it is possible that some tenor sax could be notated in treble clef but for the majority of any tenor music its in bass clef.


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#7
100% it is treble. I played one for 6 years and not once was I given bass clef music.

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#8
Do you have music for it, or are you just writing it. If you have it on paper already, if theres a backwards C with two dots at the beginning of the music its bass clef, if looks like a fancy G then its treble.

EDIT: I stand corrected, it is in Treble Clef. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tenor_sax
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#11
Ya treble clef. I sit beside a tenor sax in band.
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